I'm a proud graduate of the class of 2012. I was able to get a year worth of college credit done during my junior and senior years because of duel credit programs through Carl Sandburg, saving my family money. The schools standards are good and very above average for the surrounding community. Great sports and FBLA and FFA chapters. Only problem is that the lousy and untalented music programs were treated with undue respect and unnecessary funding while our sports suffered disrespect and had stagnant funding. Thankfully there is a new principal and superintendent who both are from the area and knows what best for Warsaw. The future is bright academically and athletically for the school and will be in my opinion the best school to send your kids too.
- submitted by a student
October 04, 2012
The teachers are very nice and are very good at what they do. how ever the school is horrible! The Special education program was eliminated to give more money to the football team and My daughter was a above average student until the special education was cut she then struggled to graduate her last year. My daughter is having a very difficult time getting into colleges she want to go to because of the poor education she received. she attended a community college and they told her that she is no where near a college level education or even a high school sophomore education. she is now struggling very hard to get were she wants to be ( she wants to go to graduate school, maybe law school) but because she is having to redo pretty much her whole high school career she may not be able to do those things because of time. It will take her 7 years to receive a 4 year degree. I truly regret sending my children to this school.
- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2009
I was very pleased with my education at Warsaw High school but I am sad to say that I am having to drop it rating to average because that are cut part of the music program. Music is just as important if not more important as sports and Warsaw school officials fail to see that.
- submitted by a student
September 24, 2008
This school is great for your kids. all the teachers are nice, your kids will be warmly welcomed and i kno that they will love our sports =) i highly recomend this school
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Many of our students leave WHS as sophomores in college. They jump-start their post-secondary education with dual-credit classes. All dual-credit coursed are offerd in-house and taught by college professors. They are able to complete 4-year degrees in three years, many times. Our votec offerings, combined with dual-credit, often allow that students who might not have otherwise gone on to college, try a class or two at WHS and find that they can be successful.